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Recalling Our Own Stories: Spiritual Renewal for Religious Caregivers.

Author: Edward P Wimberly
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this work, the author aims to guide religious professionals - trained to attend to the stories of others - to re-examine the persoanal and professional stories that shape their own lives as  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward P Wimberly
ISBN: 9780787903633 0787903639
OCLC Number: 941570104
Description: 176 s
Contents: 1. To Be Called Anew: Finding Spiritual Replenishment in Our Own Stories; 2. Personal Myths: Stories That Empower Us or Leave Us Vulnerable; 3. Marital and Family Myths: Stories That Affect Our Relationships with Loved Ones; 4. Ministry Myths: Stories That Help or Hinder Us in Serving God; 5. The Possibility of Change: Reauthoring the Myths That Bind Us; 6. Suzanne: Allowing the True Self to Surface; 7. James and Hope: Understanding Who Called Us to Ministry; 8. Blanche and Henry: Seeing Our Spouses for Who They Are; 9. Zelda and David: Seizing the In-Between Moments When Change is Possible; 10. From Walking Wounded to Wounded Healer: What to Expect on the Journey.
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"A creative and practical work." "This book teaches us how to care; not only for ourselves, but for those who care among us. Based on sound and mature spiritual and psychological principles, Read more...

 
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